EVGA Awards Categories
EVGA Z390 FTW - Back to top
"Overall I really enjoyed using the EVGA Z390 FTW. It tested well, has a nice layout and a great set of features."
Read the Full Article Nov-18
EVGA Z370 Micro ATX Motherboard - Back to top
"The Z370 Micro ATX is most certainly capable of delivering the same performance you would expect on a high-end ATX size board with few, if any compromises. Onboard WiFi is a very useful addition to an already impressive motherboard and its overclocking centric features make the EVGA Z370 Micro ATX a great purchase. We highly recommend it!"
Read the Full Article Oct-18
EVGA Z370 Micro - Back to top
"Overall, the EVGA Z370 Micro ATX motherboard is a decent performer and a good all-rounder."
Read the Full Article Feb-18
EVGA Z370 FTW - Back to top
"Buyers who seek an overclocking board with reduced voltage regulator temperatures and few added features should seriously consider the Z370 FTW’s available settings"
Read the Full Article Jan-18
EVGA Z370 Classified K Motherboard - Back to top
"The EVGA Z370 Classified K has a great balance of quality and features that will satisfy even the most demanding gamers and performance enthusiasts. The build quality is top notch and we believe this is a product that will provide many years of service."
Read the Full Article Jun-18
EVGA X299 DARK - Back to top
"Overall I’m very pleased with the EVGA X299 Dark and have to admit it was worth the wait. The board has great style and a very innovative design with the most notable being a noticeable attention to detail."
Read the Full Article Mar-18
"Overall, the EVGA x299 Dark looks, feels, and behaves like a serious overclocking motherboard. I had no issues at all with heat, their VRM cooling design is top notch and it was barely breaking a sweat."
Read the Full Article Apr-18
EVGA X299 Dark - Back to top
"EVGA's X299 Dark is one of our favorite motherboards; not only because its build quality is so impressive you might have to register it as a weapon in some countries, but also because it's soundly engineered down to the last circuit.”"
Read the Full Article Jul-18